The rapid and increasingly universal acceptance of online transactions has resulted in governments providing an increasingly wide range of online services to the general public. The successful experience of launching e-government portals and services, including transactional ones, in the industrialised countries has led to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to adopt similar such models for a wide array of public service entities. Although there is now a considerable literature on the various aspects of the efficiency, effectiveness and customer satisfaction with regard to e-government services, the majority of the associated analytical frameworks and models were not designed within the sociocultural context of the Arabian Gulf and its business environment. The purpose of this study is therefore to identify and present a framework on the quality determinants of the e-services which are currently provided by the UAE’s Ministry of Interior (MOI) to the public. As these services are already in place, it will focus in particular on a theoretical model and the mechanisms by which these services can be adapted and enhanced.